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Hartselle Enquirer

2017 Relay for Life kick-off set for Nov. 3

The 2017 Hartselle Relay for Life is kicking off at 6 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Hartselle Church or Christ. The annual event is sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
This year’s theme is “Color for a Cure” and unlike previous years, the Relay committee is having contests where students color or draw a picture to be featured in downtown as advertisement, said Tresa McGhee, Hartselle Relay for Life Event Leader.
“We’re trying to get the students more involved this year,” she said. “They’re always involved but we want them to be more a part of it.”
There will be food, refreshments and door prizes at the kick-off while the committee provides information on upcoming meetings and the walk in May.
“Anyone who wants to come out and find out what Relay is all about, it’s open to the community,” McGhee said.
Even though the event is nearly six months away, McGhee said committee members usually plan for it all year.
Regular meetings start in January and the Relay for Life event is May 12 at J.P. Cain Stadium.

 

 

 

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